Doing Business in Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s geographical, linguistic and cultural proximity to Mainland China, combined with its international business connections, have made it a key launch pad for foreign investors looking to enter the Chinese market. It also stands as the gateway to regional and global markets for Mainland Chinese investors.
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Legal and commercial issues, which need to be considered, by companies or individuals when entering a specific market as Hong Kong are the following:
- The Corporate Structure;
- Tax Regime and Tax Exemptions;
- Intellectual property rights and data protection;
- Immigration Rules;
- Employment Regulations;
- Trading Law and regulation (Fintech Service are usually heavily regulated);
- Property Law;
- Accounting Requirements;
- Audit Requirements.
Average Professional Fees:
Usually the full package to incorporate your business in Hong Kong includes:
- Formation of Company;
- Company registered address;
- Virtual Office set up;
- Mail Forwarding Service;
- Secretarial Service.
The cost involved starts at: $2.700
EXTRA SERVICES YOU MAY CONSIDER TO EVALUATE:
- Local Nominee Director;
- Bank Account Introducing Service;
- Bookeeping Service;
- Accounting Service;
- Audit Service;
- HKMA Licence;
- Real Estate Brokerage;
- Recruitment Service;
- Immigration and Visa Service;
- Taxes Regime Service.
If you already know the service you will need, book a call back with one of our Team Members and we will get you a bespoke quote.
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